Adjusting A Wooden Hand Plane

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Prepare To Build A Laminated Wooden Hand Plane

Prepare To Build A Laminated Wooden Hand Plane

I'm all set to start my wooden plane build and so this is a quick chat to get you up to date and discuss what you'll need for the build. The plane will be a Jack and as I'm going for a traditional design I'm using a standard bench plane iron, to fit a Stanley No. 4 or 5. I've gone for a blade with c...

How To Setup A Hand Plane.

How To Setup A Hand Plane.

Easy and very good way to make sure your plane is running true...

How To Use A Block Plane | Woodworking

How To Use A Block Plane | Woodworking

Watch more Learn Woodworking videos: Learn how to use a block plane from Makeville Studio in this Howcast woodworking planes can be a useful to way of smoothing and squaring boards in the wood shop when you don't have access to a planer or , so I thought it would be useful if we looked at a couple d...

Making And Mastering Wood Planes:  Introduction To Wood  Hand Planes

Making And Mastering Wood Planes: Introduction To Wood Hand Planes

An introduction to "Krenov-type" wood hand planes. Provides an overview of setting up the plane to take shavings and briefly illustrates smooth planing, edge-joining, and use of a shooting board to trim end-grain. For all the details checkout"Making and Mastering Wood Planes" by ...

Make It - Wooden Hand Plane

Make It - Wooden Hand Plane

Building a bevel-down wood-bodied smooth plane with a Norris-style blade adjustment mechanismLee Valley offers a hardware kit so you can build your own smoothing plane. I picked up the kit with a PM-V11 steel blade. I wanted to use contrasting wood to jazz it up a little so I picked maple for the so...

Preparing A Wooden Jack Plane - With Paul Sellers

Preparing A Wooden Jack Plane - With Paul Sellers

In this video, Paul Sellers takes you through the steps necessary to prepare a wooden jack plane for find out more about Paul Sellers and the projects he is involved with visit...

Planes - How To Tune Up Hand Planes For Woodworking

Planes - How To Tune Up Hand Planes For Woodworking

Larry Okrend and Dan Cary discuss planes and how to tune them up for woodworking...

Adjusting A Wooden Hand Plane

Adjusting A Wooden Hand Plane

Adjusting A Wooden Hand Plane...

How To Use And Tune Up A Hand Plane

How To Use And Tune Up A Hand Plane

In this latest episode of Fine WOodworking magazine's video series Getting Started in Woodworking we go in depth on the subject of hand planes. Find out how they work and how to tune one up. Visit for more woodworking technique videos...

Interviewing Niwaki About How To Set Up A Japanese Hand Plane

Interviewing Niwaki About How To Set Up A Japanese Hand Plane

Ben Crowe, luthier at Crimson Guitars talks to Niwaki about how to set up a Japanese plane for the first time. What we are not often told is that they do not come ready to use but instead need fettling when you unbox them. this video walks you through the basic process. Check out for your UK supplie...

Setting Your Hand Plane

Setting Your Hand Plane

Woodworking equipment introduction, practical demonstration of how to set a handplane, equipment knowledge, tips and technique for adjusting the tool...

Making Your Own Wooden Hand Plane- First Thoughts

Making Your Own Wooden Hand Plane- First Thoughts

I've been making a few hand planes this week in preparation for an upcoming series we have planned all about getting in to wooden planes. I've trialled a couple of designs and here are my thoughts so far. To see a video of my smoothing plane in action head over to our Facebook page and scroll down a...

David Barron Wooden Hand Planes

David Barron Wooden Hand Planes

Fine wooden planes for cabinet making...

How To Install Blade, Chip Breaker And Frog • Complete Sharpening Series Video 38

How To Install Blade, Chip Breaker And Frog • Complete Sharpening Series Video 38

Hand Plane Blade Assembly This is the 38th video in my complete sharpening series. In this series I will use the following tools and machines: Makita 9820 electric water stone with an after market sharpening jig, Bosch belt sander, Porter Cable belt sander, Mitutoyo combination square, General Sharp...

Woodriver V3 Handplane Review

Woodriver V3 Handplane Review

This WoodRiver plane was offered for review by Peter Sefton through a pass around on the UK Workshop Woodworking Forum. Peter's site can be found here. In the main I'm a vintage plane user although a few new ones have also passed through my hands and as much as I enjoy the planes I have if presented...

Paul Sellers - How To Sharpen A Handplane

Paul Sellers - How To Sharpen A Handplane

Paul Sellers demonstrates how to sharpen a plane on diamond stones using a convex bevel method. To find out more about Paul Sellers or the projects he is involved with visit...

Set Up A Handplane

Set Up A Handplane

Christopher Schwarz of Lost Art Press demonstrates the steps he takes to set up a new premium handplane...

Basic Woodworking - Adjusting Wedged Hand Planes

Basic Woodworking - Adjusting Wedged Hand Planes

This video demonstrates how to adjust a variety of traditional handplanes...

Setting Up A Wooden Hand Plane With Phil Edwards

Setting Up A Wooden Hand Plane With Phil Edwards

In this short video, we learn from Phil Edwards how to setup a wooden hand plane for use. Phil makes wooden hand planes in his woodworking workshop down in Devon, UK. Wooden hand planes are such simple devices, every woodworker should have one for their woodworking projects!...

Restoration Of A Stanley No.4 Bench Plane

Restoration Of A Stanley No.4 Bench Plane

Follow me as I restore a Stanley #4 bench plane, and tune it up to take shavings of less than one thou'. The only cost being some abrasives, white and methylated spirits, paper towels, and two hours of my time. Tools required: a flat reference surface, screwdrivers, card scraper, and grinding/honing...